Definition of everlastingly in English:



See everlasting

  • ‘May the father of all mercies scatter light, and not darkness, upon our paths, and make us all in our several vocations useful here, and in His own due time and way everlastingly happy.’
  • ‘Grant that they, being here dedicated to thee by our office and ministry, may also be endued with heavenly virtues, and everlastingly rewarded, through thy mercy, O blessed Lord God, who dost live, and govern all things, world without end.’
  • ‘You will hear everlastingly, in all discussions about newspapers, companies, aristocracies, or party politics, this argument that the rich man cannot be bribed.’
  • ‘At one minute he conjures up for the listener images of a British landscape and the next he provocatively compares our everlastingly warm shores and other attributes.’
  • ‘Of the principals in these cases, none were to believe the charges more immediately or more everlastingly than the parents.’